How Many Pages Can A HP CF226A Toner Cartridge Print?

How Many Pages Can A HP CF226A Toner Cartridge Print? This question is talking about the print yield of the HP CF226A toner cartridge.

Page yield is the number of pages you can print with one cartridge. The page yield of the cartridge will determine how often you’ll need to replace cartridges and how many replacements you may end up buying to keep your printer running. Higher page yields mean less frequent replacements and more cost savings.

HP CF226A toner cartridges can print 3100 Pages at 5% Coverage (Letter/A4) at V4ink. If you want a higher print yield toner cartridge, the CF226X toner cartridge can meet your needs. The CF226X toner cartridge prints 9,000 Pages 5% Coverage (Letter/A4). The CF226A and CF226X toner cartridge are suitable for the same printer model, such as LaserJet Pro M402dn, M402dw, M402n, MFP M426fdn, MFP M426fdw printer.

The page yield of a cartridge is based upon the ISO standard for measuring ink cartridge yields by printing out pages with 5% page coverage until the cartridge runs empty.

What’s 5% Page Coverage?

It means only 5% of the page has ink or toner on it.

What's CPP?

Cost per page, or CPP, is also incredibly important when looking at page yield as it defines how much you’re going to be spending on printer cartridges in the long run. Calculating the cost per page is fairly straight forward just divide the cartridge’s page yield by the cost of the printer cartridge.

Laser printers are known to be high volume printers compared to inkjet but the question of which cartridge size you should get still depends on your usage. If you use your laser printer at home, a standard size toner cartridge should be able to accommodate your printing needs for a while. If you’re cartridge shopping for your office laser printer, you should go with higher yield toner cartridges. Different printers use different cartridges, and different cartridges offer varying page yields. Most people buy a printer based on the upfront cost of owning one but we suggest taking a printer’s running cost just as seriously.

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